October 28, 2020

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Download Automated Income Tax Form 16 Part B + Part A&B + Automated Arrears Relief Calculator with Form 10e for F.Y. 2018-19 With Major Changes in Tax Rules from FY 2018-19

$. Reintroduction of Standard Deduction

Budget 2018 has introduced standard deduction of Rs 40,000/- for
salaried taxpayers. The good thing is this would be applicable for
pensioners too. This deduction can be availed without submission of any
proofs
.

$. Transport Allowance & Medical Reimbursement no more Tax-free

With
the introduction of the standard deduction, the Transport Allowance
& Medical Reimbursement would no longer be tax-free. Currently, the
transport allowance was tax-free up to Rs 19,200/- and medical
reimbursement up to Rs 15,000/-. Net of these allowances and
introduction of standard deduction salaried taxpayers have additional
tax exemption of only Rs 5,800/-.

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$. Cess on Taxes hiked to 4% (Health and Education Cess)

There
has been NO change in the income tax slabs in Budget 2018. However,
from FY 2018-19 the existing cess of 3% (Education, Secondary and Higher
Education Cess) has been increased to 4% and named Health and Education
Cess.

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$. Increased tax exemption on interest income for senior citizens (80TTB)

Budget 2018 has introduced a new section 80TTB according
to which senior citizens would be able to claim interest income up to
Rs 50,000/- as tax-exempted income. However, if you take benefit u/s
80TTB then you cannot claim tax benefit on interest received on savings
bank account u/s 80TTA
.

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$. TDS limit on interest income increased for senior citizens u/s 194A

There
is TDS (tax deduction at source) for almost all kind of income.
However, as a relief to senior citizens, Budget 2018 has raised the
limit for TDS on interest income from Rs 10,000/- to Rs 50,000/-. So TDS
would only be applicable for senior citizens if the annual interest
income from a bank/post office is more than Rs 50,000/-.
$. Tax deduction for Single Premium Health

Insurance Premium

In
case assesses buy single premium health/medical insurance policy
covering multiple years, the tax exemption u/s 80D would be available
proportionately for all the years. For e.g., if you pay Rs 1,00,000/-
premium for a health policy covering for 5 years, you can claim Rs
20,000/- tax exemption every year for 5 years subject to limits.

$. Increased deduction for medical insurance premium u/s 80D for senior citizens

The
Medical Insurance premium and the preventive health check-up limit for
senior citizens under section 80D has been increased from Rs 30,000 to
Rs 50,000. This is good news in keeping with the ever increasing health
care and related insurance costs.

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$. Increased deduction for medical treatment u/s 80DDB for senior citizens

The
deduction for medical treatment of specified critical illnesses has
been increased to Rs 1 Lakh. Earlier the limit was Rs 60,000 for senior
citizens and Rs 80,000 for very senior citizens. Following illness are
covered under section 80DDB:
·             
§                       Neurological Diseases
·             
§                       Parkinson’s Disease
·             
§                       Malignant Cancers
·             
§                       AIDS
·             
§                       Chronic Renal failure
·             
§                       Hemophilia
§                       Thalassaemia

$. Extension of Partial Tax-exemption on NPS withdrawal to self-employed

Until
now 40% of NPS corpus on withdrawal was tax exempted for employees.
However, from FY 2018-19 this benefit has been extended to all NPS
accounts.

The
above changes would be applicable to the FY 2018-19. So make a note of
the above and plan your investments and taxes accordingly.

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